Small changes can make a big difference
Not all home improvement projects need to be a significant investment of time and resources. A few little updates can result in a new and improved appearance. Sprucing up your home, even in seemingly small ways, will improve the look of your home and give you tremendous satisfaction.
Check out the overhead lighting fixtures around the house.
Many styles and options are available to put the room in a new light.
Old, worn-out ceiling fans can be replaced with newer, more efficient models.
Interior design elements such as crown molding, trim, or a chair rail can add decorative accents to a room with a minimal amount of effort and investment.
Small shelves can provide space to display items and complement the décor in the rest of the room.
Replacing the sink or faucet can provide a completely new look for a bathroom.
Even simple changes like a new shower head or cabinet hardware can give you a sense of satisfaction.
The outside of your home may need some attention.
A new front door or storm door can increase energy efficiency and provide an upgraded look.
Replacement windows are a more expensive consideration, but many products can offer significant energy savings to counter-balance the cost.
Thinking or planning on selling? Kitchen Fixes Can Increase Your Asking Price.
Improvements to your kitchen will add more value to your house than just about any other interior change. If it's outdated and dull, they might move on to the next house. These types of fixes don't necessarily have to be costly. You just need to decide whether cosmetic changes are enough.
As a pro in home improvement, I can tell you that a professional contractor can often complete your project in a fraction of the time than you can which will save you frustration, banged fingers and the costs of specialized tools.
I started this small company from humble beginnings. I was in a specialized field of construction for 11 yrs. Then in 2008, for the first time in my life, I was laid off with the downturn so I decided to get my general contractors license in the field that was hardest hit but which I was most familiar with. I began to create a clientele that would soon become repeat and referral business. My goal was then, and has always been, to build trust and have a lasting relationship with my customers so that they could know that they have someone that could at very least guide them toward the solution for whatever home issue should arise. I also believe that attention to detail and real customer service creates success in business and that giving people what they pay for and more is paramount.
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